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Is it time we all ate bugs?

Thursday, August, 2nd, 2018

Insects are nutritious, delicious, and good for the environment. We are looking at just what the health impacts of insect-based foods are.

Clarifying the role of whole grains

Wednesday, March, 7th, 2018

HNRCA scientists recently published a study clarifying the role of whole grains in helping to regulate weight, blood sugar levels, and calorie (energy) use, among other benefits.

The Long View on Nutrition and Aging

Tuesday, February, 13th, 2018

Sarah Booth, Ph.D. center director,  is using her platform to show that as Americans are living longer our science is more crucial than ever.

Winterizing for the flu

Wednesday, December, 6th, 2017 Blog

Your 9-Step Winterizing Plan for F.E.W.E.R. F.L.U.S. (and Colds) You’re probably preparing to winterize your car and home. So don’t forgot to prepare yourself for the cold and flu season. One in five Americans will… Read More

Delivering our research

Wednesday, November, 15th, 2017 News

Some of the most powerful contributions to nutrition science by the HNRCA

Public Relations

Thursday, September, 28th, 2017 News

Contact Tufts University Health Sciences Public Relations

Fighting Shape

Thursday, September, 28th, 2017

HNRCA scientists have collaborated with the Military Nutrition Division of the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM) in areas such as maintaining strength, preventing injury and improving endurance—that influence policy in all branches… Read More

Eating for Healthy Eyes

Thursday, September, 28th, 2017 HP Right Blog List

“The most common form of AMD doesn’t really have a treatment right now—but this suggests that just changing to a healthier eating pattern could have a huge impact.”- Dr. Sheldon Rowan of the Nutrition and… Read More